How to Make Pinecone Turkeys

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Oh boy, do I have a fun craft for you today perfect for the Thanksgiving season.  Today I’m going to show you how to make Pinecone Turkeys perfect for Thanksgiving.  These pinecone turkeys will look great around the house as Thanksgiving decorations.  Plus, your kids will love to make them.  They are a lot of fun and your kids will have great pride in knowing they made items you could actually put around the house as decorations.  So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.

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How to Make Pinecone Turkeys

 

Materials Needed

Pinecone

Tan Puffball

Glue

Googly Eyes

Yellow Felt or Foam

Red Felt

Orange Pipe Cleaner

Different Color Pipe Cleaner, Construction Paper or Craft Feathers

 

Step 1

Get a pinecone.

Get a pinecone.


Step 2

Glue a tan puffball to the top of pinecone.

Glue a tan puffball to the top of pinecone.

 

Step 3

Glue googly eyes on.

Glue googly eyes on.

 

Step 4

Cut yellow triangle out of felt or foam and glue on face.

Cut yellow triangle out of felt or foam and glue on face.

 

Step 5

Draw a #7 like shape on red felt like above picture.  Glue red felt on top of beak.

Draw a #7 like shape on red felt like above picture.  Glue red felt on top of beak.

 

Step 6

Wrap orange pipe cleaner around pinecone.

Wrap orange pipe cleaner around pinecone.  Then take smaller pieces of pipe cleaner to make claws.

 

Step 7

Loop pipe cleaners and stick into back of pinecone for feathers.

Loop pipe cleaners and stick into back of pinecone for feathers.  Or, use paper or craft feathers.

And, now you are all finished.  You just made your Pincone Turkey.  Now, use it to decorate your house for Thanksgiving.  Actually, make a few to put around the house….. everyone will love it!!

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